Anchal Agarwal

Afghanistan, a South Asian nation, has been in the news lately, and it’s not because its cricket team won a T20 match or several medals at the Tokyo Olympics 2020. The nation has been in the news since the Taliban, a fundamentalist group recognised as a terrorist organisation…

by Teresa Döring

Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore visits Japan, 1916. He is seen in the foreground, behind him there are other men, two facing the camera.

This week, let me take you on an excursion into the complex relations of inter-Asian anti-imperialist movements in the early 20th century — and please bear with me, because this historical approach is not only interesting, but also highly relevant to protests and anti-authoritarian struggles we see…

Humans of Human Rights

We are Anchal and Teresa, LSE human rights and politics graduates who are passionate about human rights all over the world. We are looking to educate and share.

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